meet our team
Herts Inclusive Theatre is based in Watford, Hertfordshire and is run by a small team of dedicated theatre professionals.
Caroline joined Herts Inclusive theatre in 2009 as Artistic Director, having previously worked for London Bubble, Trestle Theatre Company, Srishti, The New Theatre Royal, Harrow Arts Centre as well as working as a freelance practitioner and director. She gained a BA from Winchester University in Community Theatre, Drama and Media, through which she specialised in theatre with children with Autism and Life debilitating illnesses. Caroline was delighted to represent HIT as a Paralympic Torchbearer in 2012 and perform in the opening ceremony of the 2012 Paralympics in London. Caroline is a community board member for Nationwide Building Society's community grant scheme.
Development and Volunteer Manager
Kerry started work in the voluntary sector as a Regional Support Assistant at BBC Children in Need within London and the SE. In this role she gained a huge amount of experience into the behind the scenes workings of a wide range of different charities and voluntary groups. From there she moved onto a similar role at Help a London Child with an added element of connecting grant making to radio. Kerry then jumped over into the world of fundraising and used her grant making knowledge at Resources for Autism. Since 2015 Kerry decided to follow her dream of opening a coffee shop and has successfully continued to run a community based coffee shop at the heart of a thriving community.
Kerry has thrown herself into fundraising over the years and ran the London Marathon, took part in a tandem skydive and walked over hot coals to name a few.
Theatre and the arts have been a big passion of Jenny’s since a young age. In 2015, she graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a degree in Theatre Design. After university, Jenny worked in America at a performing arts summer camp for 3 months where she was able to teach different art skills to a range of young people daily as well as learn new skills around the camp herself. This was one of the best experiences she did and the chance to meet so many people from all around the world from so many backgrounds and cultures was fantastic.
Her favourite thing to do is visit the Theatre whenever she can and also practise her creativity through drawing and painting. Jenny has recently completed the Couch to 5K challenge and would love to aim to run a half marathon in the future.
Rosie is a director, theatre maker and workshop leader originally from the Scottish Highlands who has been passionate about the performing arts since childhood. She graduated from East 15 Acting school's BA Acting and Community Theatre in 2014 with a first class honours and since then has worked extensively within the community arts sector including joining the HIT team as a workshop leader in 2016.
Rosie has recently returned to Hertfordshire from a year abroad in Toronto, Canada. During her time there she worked with Ahuri Theatre, Young People's Theatre and Soulpepper to help promote disability inclusion and visibility within the arts.